Explore Kedleston Hall

A carpet of bluebells at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

Rolling hills and miles of woodland surround the Hall and with more birds singing and bluebells popping up everywhere, it’s the perfect setting for a stroll with family and friends.

Say hello to our gardeners and ask them any questions you might have. Their insider knowledge could lead you to hidden highlights just waiting to be explored.

Trees have blossomed at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

The lake is a perfect location to look out for nesting birds; home to herons, coots, swans and those ever so cute and fluffy ducklings.

Take a selfie on the temporary state bed and learn all about 30 years of restoration of an 18th-century masterpiece.

Take a photo with Ked Ted on the temporary state bed
Ked Ted sitting on the temporary state bed at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire
Take a photo with Ked Ted on the temporary state bed

Outdoor adventure

Pick up a free copy of the 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ booklet and explore the grounds to see how many activities you can tick off. Build a den, explore inside a tree or play a tune with a grass trumpet.

Spot bluebells, wildflowers and blossom on the trees as you enjoy signs of late spring on one of four walks.

Children climbing tree